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york city that was devastated. >> the sad thing is red hook has come such a long way. many entrepreneurs set up shop there. i visited a winery, wonderful man who makes key lime pies, a glass cutter, designers, just completely wiped out. 300 jobs at fairway, big supermarket there wiped out. and many of them are fighting back and, you know, looking to get back on their feet. >> i want to take this topic in two parts. first what can you do if you were hit by disaster the other one is what can you do prepare for had ina lot of our viewers aren't in this area. gerald talk to me very quickly if you're a small business own that was affected by this where can you go? >> well the first thing i would say is to call our help desk. the u.s. chamber of commerce has set up a national disaster help desk for business for small businesses to call if they don't know where to turn and that number is 1-88-my-biz-help which is 888-692-4943. so we're asking small businesses to call our help desk, we have experienced counselors that are standing by to help businesses figure out the best way to re
experiences to help everyone see eye to eye. ♪ on a recent tuesday afternoon in new york city, the employees of the internet company she finds took a break from working on the site to work on themselves. throwing paint? that's working on themselves? in this case, yes. through a series of exercises, the she finds employees were working through a number of personal issues they were having at work. >> you really have two parts of the office. we have editorial and we have sales and marketing. if you've ever worked in magazines and media, those two usually don't mix very well. >> a situation she finds founder michelle maddic had to resolve. >> all we do is make it easy for busy women to shop online. we scour the web for the best of the best, and we tell you how to get it. >> but expanding business and different personalities working together, tensions arose between departments. >> i constantly have to play the mediator between the two. trying to say, you don't understand what they're doing and what's happening on the other side. >> hoping to increase communication and understanding in the office,
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